Lebanese singer Rami Ayash will begin a Moroccan concert tour in December. The singer will hold performances in Marrakech, Casablanca and other cities.
The singer is tremendously popular among his Moroccan fans.
In the meantime, Rami is preparing for his upcoming album produced by ‘Rotana.’ The album will feature a variety of songs composed by Rami, and he is scheduled to film a music video for the song “Mabrook” (Congratulation) under the direction of Saeed Al Marouq.
Rami has released his latest music video "Khalini Ma’ak" (Keep me with you), directed by Saeed Al Marouq. The video includes graphic scenes, such as Rami being executed in an electric chair that have given rise to much criticism.
Director Saeed explained that images of death and torture were used in the clip to reflect a person’s inner pain, and to reflect the chaos that the singer is experiencing from the desertion of his love. Portraying Rami in a destroyed home, seated on an electric chair, and running as if someone is following him, are images created to translate the words and emotions of the song into actual events.
At the end of the clip Rami returns to his home, but this time it is not destroyed, to show that despite all of his pain, he can still find comfort in life and time will make him forget his heartache.
In no way did Saeed intend on portraying Rami as a criminal running from the law and hence being punished in an electric chair, as many critics wrongly concluded.